The corrupt Senate Intel Committee released a report yesterday claiming that the Russians did indeed impact the 2016 election in their efforts to ensure candidate Trump beat Hillary Clinton.
This total garbage tale was promoted by the MSM for the past three plus years and was totally debunked.
But the corrupt Democrats and Republicans on the committee had to get this out now in an effort to protect themselves from the Durham investigation.
Yesterday it was reported that the Senate Intel Committee, led by Republican Senator Richard Burr and Democrat Senator Mark Warner, released a report, without support, that claims Russia influenced the 2016 Presidential election in an effort to help candidate Trump win. Of course this is nonsense as it has been debunked numerous times these past few years.
Lou Dobbs discussed this report with Republican Representative Devin Nunes last night on Lou Dobbs Tonight on FOX Business Network:
Nunes stood by his report which contradicts the Senate report. Nunes said he and his fellow Republicans on the committees will continue to pursue the truth no matter what the liberal media, Democrats, the DOJ, Durham or the Senate do.
Unfortunately for America and the truth, the Republican running the Intel Committee is Senator Richard Burr. Burr has been a Trump hater from the start. Although a Republican, he runs the Intel Committee as if he were a Democrat. Burr was responsible for the horrible hearing with James Comey in early 2017 when Burr and Comey did all they could to slander President Trump and have him removed from office.
Burr also brought in the President’s son for hours of questioning before his committee related to the event in Trump Tower which we now know was a set up. Burr’s actions are abusive and corrupt.
And recently, Burr reportedly made hundreds of thousands of dollars in stock trades in January based on insider information and is currently under investigation by the DOJ for these trades. Burr does not like the President and has worked to impeach him but for some reason is allowed to continue to run the Republican led Intel Committee by Senator Majority Leader McConnell.